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A Guidebook for the Power of Mentoring — Tops Amazon Best Seller List
Why do some people reach the heights of their field while other, similarly talented people struggle just to get by?
Why are some marriages lifelong love affairs, while other couples can’t seem to get on the same page, no matter how hard they try?
What are the secrets of parents who raise children who will take on the world versus those who will never grow up?
There’s an old saying that we become the AVERAGE of the five people closest to us, not only in income — although that is true in most cases — but also in relationships, health, attitude, ambition, spirituality and goals. Those around us will absolutely have an effect on us, and once we realize this, we will start to make it work for ourselves and for our future. If you are looking for books on professional development, The Theory of 5 is the one!
In his new book, The Theory of 5, Chris Saraceno outlines one of the most powerful philosophies the truly successful hold: We don’t have to do it alone. By seeking out those who have achieved what we dream of having in various areas of our lives and then asking them for guidance, we can build our own path to happiness and prosperity.
Saraceno — a business executive, real estate investor, speaker and leader — knows firsthand how much of a difference mentors, co-mentors, role models and good friends can make. He can trace all the good things in his own life back to those who encouraged him and showed him the power of setting goals. These people demonstrated, in both words and action, how to build a life that matters.
The Theory of 5 — which recently topped the Amazon charts in the “Personal Success and Spirituality,”
“Communication in Business” and “Religious Leadership” categories — examines the five areas that contribute most to prosperity in life: Spirituality, Marriage, Parenting, Business, and Finance and Health. On each topic, Saraceno shares how to find coaches, teachers and friends who can walk with us through life. “Iron sharpens iron,” Saraceno said. “By challenging others and having them challenge us, we can bring out the best in each other and achieve the goals we could only dream of before.”
In addition, The Theory of 5 offers an extensive interview section where Saraceno has asked business leaders, personal role models and other highly successful people about the lessons they’ve learned from their own mentors. The book includes interviews with people who have touched the author’s life — Dave Anderson, Dale Pollak, Chip Perry, Susan Givens, Grant Cardone, David Boice, Lee Kemp, Evelyn Longworth, Jerry H. Pyle, Jim O’Connor and Sean Wolfington. Each share some of the methods they’ve used to achieve successful, well-rounded lives.
“Surrounding yourself with the right circle of people can make all the difference in life,” Saraceno said. “I can say this because I’ve witnessed the transformation both in my own life and in the lives of those around me who have
taken this idea to heart. This book has been a labor of love, and I know it can unlock the potential of anyone who reads it and puts it into action.”
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